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Hi, recently I acquired a PC with a Pentium 4 530j, and I'm wondering if it is even possible to upgrade to a Celeron e1200 that I have laying around. (I don't want to kill the mobo, okay? biggrin.gif)

The mobo is Biostar P4M80-M7 http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdetails.asp?model=p4m80-m7

Is it even worth the 'upgrade'?
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The question should be: What's the point?

Unless you want to do this for fun, why don't you swap CPU and do benchmarks?
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You can't install a Celeron E1200 on that motherboard, the socket is different.
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No, it's LGA 775 for both of those, and yes, it's just for fun, but I'm wondering what's worst thing that can happen if the mobo and e1200 aren't compatible.
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Originally Posted by Slay View Post

No, it's LGA 775 for both of those, and yes, it's just for fun, but I'm wondering what's worst thing that can happen if the mobo and e1200 aren't compatible.

It won't boot is pretty much as bad as it's going to get. Nothing is going to be damaged if that's what you are asking.
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I wouldn't call it an 'upgrade', but it should work, 800mhz fsb, unless the board doesn't have microcode for it then it just wont boot.

An 'upgrade' would be C2D E4700, http://ark.intel.com/products/34441/Intel-Core2-Duo-Processor-E4700-2M-Cache-2_60-GHz-800-MHz-FSB (probably same microcode thing)

A Pentium D 94* is your best bet for compatability

Compat list for the chipset http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-VIA_(chipsets)/P4M800_Pro.html
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Go for it, the E1200 has about the same single core performance of the 530 but it's a dual core, it's also 65nm so it'll probably run cooler.
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Quote:
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No, it's LGA 775 for both of those, and yes, it's just for fun, but I'm wondering what's worst thing that can happen if the mobo and e1200 aren't compatible.
Thanks for the correction, I forgot how long LGA775 socket existed compared to the current Intel sockets. redface.gif
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Go for it, the E1200 has about the same single core performance of the 530 but it's a dual core, it's also 65nm so it'll probably run cooler.

That chipset only supports Pentium 4 and old Celeron D, not Dual Core Celeron.
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Yep, no support for Core CPUs, it just refuses to boot.
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Alright, there is a different problem, whenever I insert a PCI wireless NIC the system either hangs instantly when loading or it does so after about a minute. It works absolutely fine without it.

Reinstalled windows, same thing, tried Linux, same thing.
Now, I know this card works in a different PC so it can't be that.
My guess is some BIOS setting is causing this.
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